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OM Near East launches a one-year Arab internship programme to equip local believers for long-term ministry among the least reached.
Iranians in Serbian refugee camps are turning to Jesus, becoming baptised and sharing their faith—events that one OM leader describes as being straight out of the Book of Acts.
A team of South Asian OM workers explains how God opened doors for them to share the gospel despite opposition from a government official.
“As foreigners in this country, the only way we can share with people is through relationship,” stated long-term OM worker Amanda*. “We want to look for avenues where the gospel makes sense presenting into their lives.”
Building relationships in North Africa requires understanding the potential friends’ culture, one of the most important aspects of which is the honour/shame dichotomy.
Problems and issues convert into the shame category. Praises and good grades fall into the honour category. Every aspect of a North African’s life lands in one or the other. Shame, however, only surfaces when it’s known. Dishonourable occurrences, as long as they’re secret, cannot be used to shame someone.
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“Declare His glory among the nations, His marvelous deeds among all peoples.” PSALM 96:3